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Biography: Greg Gale

Greg Gale, The Food Project's training consultant
Greg Gale, The Food Project's training consultant
Greg Gale is a founding staff member of The Food Project who helped build and develop the organization over an 18 year period. He was involved in all aspects of the enterprise from fundraising and management to farming and youth development. As The Food Project grew, Greg transitioned from Co-Director to Program Director where he created, implemented and managed programs. He wrote 'Growing Together: A guide to building inspired, diverse and productive youth communities' and helped to author numerous Food Project manuals. In addition, Greg had a passion for training and developed the Institutes and other training modules for The Food Project.

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Serve & Grow Apprenticeship

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Summer Youth Program Site Supervisor

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Crew Leader, Summer Youth Program

Thank you for your interest in working at The Food Project. We are no longer accepting applications for this position. For other opportunities, please visit:

Summer Youth Program: Application Instructions

Reference Forms:

North Shore

Greater Boston

Application Instructions


If you still have questions, please email or call us at:

[email protected]

781-259-8621 x23

Director of North Shore Site

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Grower’s Assistant

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Grower’s Assistant / Intern Supervisor

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Nourishing Neighborhoods

The Food Project has received $10,000 from the Wholesome Wave Foundation as Part of its Nationwide “Nourishing Neighborhoods” Campaign.

Farm-to-Community Programs Make Local, Healthy Food Available to All

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The Food Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Tax ID: 04-3262532


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